The latest quarterly update to my PollBase, my database of British voting intention opinion polls since 1943 is now up. No extra bonuses from the 1950s this time, just another three months of data. … Read the full post »
Read about UK political opinion polls and related matters, especially how the different parties are doing in voting intention surveys.
For a full database of voting intention polls since their birth in the UK in 1943, see PollBase, the largest collection of voting intention polls.
The latest polling for Lord Ashcroft, looking at the big political spaces there are for potential new parties, or existing ones to grow, repeats the picture… … Read the full post »
Following the vote in the House of Commons to, gasp, allow MPs rather than ministers, determine how some of the time in the chamber is going to be spent… … Read the full post »
It’s a sign of just how much both the Conservatives and Labour are flailing about at the moment that the latest polling from YouGov gives the Liberal Democrats better net ratings than either of those parties. … Read the full post »
Continuing a theme of previous research over the last few years, data highlighted by Bobby Duffy of Ipsos MORI shows a continuing trend in British public opinion in favour of immigration. … Read the full post »
The ever-excellent Paula Surridge made an excellent point on Twitter about how those in the political centre (on the left/right scale) are less interested in politics. … Read the full post »
As ever with opinion polls, it is best to look at the trend rather than one poll in isolation. Rather handily, the excellent @UKElectionMaps has just produced an updated graph… … Read the full post »
New polling carried out by BMG indicates majority public support for delaying Brexit beyond 29th March if the choice is between that and exiting with no deal. … Read the full post »
Here’s the overall picture it paints, with the gradual downward drift for Labour and the upward drift for the Liberal Democrats and Greens over the long term. … Read the full post »
I’ve explained before how, even if Article 50 is not delayed and Britain leave the EU in late March, Brexit will not be over as a political issue. … Read the full post »